Makita Dhp453z You Get What You Pay For


MAKDHP453Z is a combined hammer 18v driver entry stage, powered by Makita batteries 18v Li-ion. With one sleeve without keyboard chuck for easy bit installation and removal and a lightweight and compact build for easy handling. Features include 2 mechanical gears, electronic brake control, rotation of the front/reverse, and variable trigger speed.

A lightweight, cordless drill with a 2-speed gearbox that produces up to 42Nm of torque. Ergonomically rubberized soft grip intended to enhance the comfort of the user. Electronic brake easily prevents bit spinning.

Model DHP453 is an 18V cableless combination drill that is competitiveness and features an easy to install/remove single sleeve key free drill chuck and a compact and easy to handle build.

In what aspects do a hammer drill and a normal drill differ from each other?

Hammer drill can make holes on the wall it gives a hammering on the drill but in normal driller you should not use concrete walls but you can use on some soft material. Note hammer drill is used for hard and soft material but you should have experience to use.

Some of the special characteristics of this product:

A hybrid boiler with a brushless motor provides many advantages. Brushless motors do not consume the most energy on heat and friction so that more power can be used on the job involved and battery cycles per charge are thus slightly longer. It also includes a device called Makita XPT that prevents the entry of water and pollutants in harsh conditions. The Makita DHP453 is a solid 3.0Ah 1.5Ah or 4.0Ah Li-ion hammer hammer punch.

  • Air-cooled Makstar Maximum Charging Device loading time for 22 minutes.
  • Lithium-ion batteries have a longer lifetime, which provides 430 per cent more runtime than their Ni-MH or Ni-Cad equivalent.
  • Conveniently located push button for forward and reverse.
  • Voltage – 18v
  • Max. in wood – 36mm
  • Max. in masonry – 13mm
  • Blows per minute – 19500 – 6000 bpm
  • Max Torque – 42Nm